The company is reportedly planning to roll out the payment system in San Francisco by the end of this year, and will expand from there. This comes just a month after OpenTable spent $11 million to buy India-based mobile technology firm Just Chalo, which was in the process of developing a US-focused mobile payments app called Chalo. The New York Times report cites OpenTable CEO Matthew Roberts as saying that the payment process will be “straightforward”. All a diner has to do is to access the OpenTable app and pay the bill by simply tapping a button, which allows him to review the check, make any tweaks to the tip, then pay the amount required. Get the full story at The Next Web and The New York Times